Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is hopeful star striker Harry Kane does not fade away this season.
The 21-year old is a key performer for Spurs this season and is also knocking on the door of the England senior team which could see him with a very busy schedule over the next year-and-a-half.
Kane is being tipped for Roy Hodgson's squad for the European Championships next summer but Pochettino believes the Football Association should help monitor his situation in the next few months regarding potential call-ups.
"We need to speak with the FA," he said. "You always support the national team and we're happy if our player is in the national team or U21s.
"When we arrive at that moment it's important to analyse the season and his fitness levels.
"We'll speak with the FA and Harry and take in the season altogether. We're both in the process of developing our young talent.
"For us he is a very important player and we think he will be an important player for England. For that it's important to take a decision all together to provide the best position for Harry."
Pochettino added: "Maybe I'd prefer that Harry has a month's holiday after the season to rest and recover his body and mind. We need to arrive at a deal with the player and the FA."
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